1) Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition
2) I previously installed a PS4 software update
3) No new notifications
4) I tried to manually eject the disc but it wouldn't eject by twisting the screw. I could hear a ratteling noise inside the console as well, as if something broke off inside.
I am currently encountering the issue where my PS4 will randomly eject the disc while I am in the middle of a game.
When the system ejects the disc, here is the info:
1. Titles - Call of Duty: Ghosts, Madden 25, and Killzone: Shadow Fall
2. Not installing any game data at the time
3. There were no game/system notifications beforehand
4. Restart the System, Update System, Restore Default Settings, and Change Screen Resolution
None of the steps I've tried worked, and I am still encountering the issue. I've always been a PS user and have always backed up the PS vurses the Xbox on my YouTube channel. Sad that the PS4 has so many issues.
Unfortunately, I never had the auto eject/continuous eject look until after I installed Patch 1.61 this morning. Now my PS4 will not stop trying to eject a disk (which it already ejected after restarting after Patch 1.61 was installed)
My system is now rebooting randomly. I played for 30 minutes and the eject problem didn't heappen. BUT... now my system restarts randomly... In the middle of the game, the console sounds a beep. Three seconds after, another beep and it shuts down.
Come on SONY! Another USELESS firmware?! That really made my system a beautifull paperweight!
Where is the system stability?! I really don't know what to do since I bought my PS 4 in the USA and I live in Brazil....
The problem first happened while I was playing the first day I got my console back in November.
- Mid-game the application closed due to the disc ejecting all by itself. Then, with no disc in the unit, the machine continued to eject "the disc" and I was unable to reinsert any disc.
- Lately I've woken up or come home to find, after previously turning the PS4 completely off, the amber stand-by light is on and the disc has been ejected.. And it happens what seems like daily. Once I turn it on it again continues to eject "the disc" and not allow me to insert one. The only temporary solution I've found to this is to unplug the power while the machine is making the disc eject noise. I don't really understand how it would turn itself on in the middle of the night, eject the disc, then run until the timer put it into standby mode.
I've found similar problems like mine on the forums, where in some cases other users ran in safe mode and used option 5 to rebuild database. I gave this a try and it only seemed to make the problem happen more frequently.
Anyone had or having this problem with any suggestions of how to go about getting to the root of the problem and getting it fixed is appreciated. Thanks for the feedback.
- PS4 - PS3
- PS2 - PS1